[FOSS-GPS] RTKLIB Output Solutions in Moving Base and Kinematic Mode

arwooldridge arwooldridge at googlemail.com
Thu Jan 15 02:52:11 PST 2015

Its the final RTK solution of the rover position, whether fixed, float 
or single.
It reverts to single if the base station is lost.
You could get the single NMEA rover position direct from the receiver if 
you should need it.
An interesting question is why is the single solution from the RTKlib 
when base station is lost, so much worse than the single solution direct 
from the receiver in most cases, even if SBS is selected in RTKlib.
This is a scenario in which it may be better to revert to the receiver's 
own single NMEA solution once base station is lost.

On 15/01/2015 10:29, bjorn.spockeli wrote:
> Hi,
> when RTKLIB is operating in Moving Base and Kinematic mode, is the NMEA
> solution the single position of the rover or is it the starting point of the
> baseline vector ?
> Bjørn
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